THE KILMARTIN RESTAURANT
A bustling restaurant with a warm atmosphere sited at the heart of the community, the Kilmartin is a hugely popular and welcoming eatery in Staffin.
The restaurant is sited within the Staffin Community Hall complex and has a pleasant and relaxed ambience with large windows providing diners with views of Staffin Bay, Flodigarry Island and the crofting township of Garafad.
Customers can choose from a wide range of food and drink options from throughout the day.The Kilmartin offers a comprehensive lunch and evening meal menu, which includes light snacks, homebaked cakes and a range of children’s menus, with the restaurant also fully licensed. There is also a range of burgers and innovative meals on the specials menu.
The Kilmartin has been trading for several seasons now and has forged an excellent reputation with local woman Morag MacKenzie at the helm and an attentive and friendly team of staff.
- DAILY MENU:
Soup of the Day, served with bread and butter
Sandwiches – Prawn Marie Rose; Tuna Mayonnaise; Cheese and Pickle (V); Honey Roast Ham and Homemade Coleslaw
Ciabattas – Chorizo, Cheddar Cheese and Mango Chutney; Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato; Creamy Brie and Cranberry
Baked Potatoes – Tuna Mayo; Prawn Marie Rose; Cheddar Cheese; Coronation Chicken
Sandwiches, ciabattas and baked potatoes are served with salad leaves and freshly-made crunchy coleslaw.
Freshly Prepared Salads – Scottish Smoked Salmon Honey Roast Ham; Chicken Caesar; Caesar (V)
Burgers – All burgers are served in a Brioche Bun with salad leaves, homemade coleslaw and thin-cut chips.
The Kilmartin Burger, a Scottish Beefburger topped with Bacon, Cheese and special recipe
American-Style Chicken Breast Burger
Traditional Favourites – Homemade Creamy Macaroni Cheese, served with salad leaves, homemade coleslaw and thin-cut chips
Haddock in Homemade Beer Batter, served with thin-cut chips and salad leaves
Side Orders – Thin Cut Chips; Onion Rings
- THE EVENING MENU
Starters – Homemade Soup of the Day
Stornoway Black Pudding, served on a bed of salad leaves and caramelised onion and garlic chutney
Scottish Smoked Salmon Salad
Mains – Haddock and Rustic Chips, haddock in homemade beer batter served with rustic chips and salad leaves
Homemade Scottish Steak Pie, made with puff pastry served with seasonal vegetables and rustic chips or potatoes
Traditional Highland Haggis, Neeps and Tatties, served with mash potatoes and turnip
Spinach and Ricotta Ravioli (V), pasta with a tomato, basil and oregano sauce served with ciabatta garlic bread
Chicken, Ham, Leek and White Wine Pie, encased with butter enriched pastry served with a selection of vegetables, rustic chips or baby potatoes
Belly of Pork, slow cooked with a selection of vegetables and baby potatoes
Stuffed Butternut Squash, baked and filled with cannellini beans, mozzarella cheese, peppers and tomatoes topped with pumpkin and sunflower seed breadcrumb, served with couscous and salad leaves
Please also see our Specials Board! It can include a Venison and Redcurrant Burger; Wild Boar and Chorizo Burger and Lamb and Coriander Burger.
Licensed drinks include the Isle of Skye ales, Taliisker whisky and Old Mout Cider
Kilmartin customers are made up of both visitors and locals who appreciate good quality food at reasonable prices. The Kilmartin is part of the impressive Staffin Hall/Talla Stafainn complex which includes a shop, laundrette, gym, public toilets and modern hall. There is ample parking for Kilmartin diners and customers are a short walk away from Staffin Beach. Please ask our staff, who live locally, if you have any questions about the area and we’d be happy to tell you.
The restaurant also stocks a burgeoning array of art and crafts made by people living in the local community, including Kilmartin owner Morag herself. Scarves, plaques, embroidery, hats, tea cosies, dinosaur models and even gingerbread and dog biscuits, embroidery made by Morag, daughter-in-law Caroline MacKenzie, Kenna Rennison, Wendy Higgins, Donna MacKenzie, Heather Kemp and Barbara Ferguson.
Glasgow-based Bill Loughray, who has family links to Flodigarry, has colourful landscape paintings of Skye, including Stenscholl and the Storr on display.
Have a look at our reviews on Trip Advisor to see exactly what our customers are saying. https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g551889-d2271513-Reviews-Kilmartin_Restaurant-Staffin_Isle_of_Skye_The_Hebrides_Scotland.html#photos;geo=186585&detail=2271513
“Went to the Kilmartin for the first time last week, this is a lovely little community restaurant where you feel right at home. The food was great, big portions, great choice and beautifully presented… piping hot. Service was quick and the atmosphere was very relaxing, just what we were looking for.”
Kilmartin Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 10.30am to 4pm; 6pm-9pm.
Directions: from Portree, travel north towards Staffin on the main A855 road, for approximately 18 minutes. The Kilmartin is sited within the Staffin Hall, a left-hand turn just before you leave the 40mph zone heading north. From Uig, it is approximately 20 minutes over the Quiraing road, on your right-hand side, just as you enter the 40mph zone.
Contact details: Kilmartin Restaurant, Stenscholl, Staffin, Isle of Skye, IV51 9JS; phone 01470 562322 or visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Kilmartin-Restaurant-180976462025097/